Featuring 1970s famous skier Jean-Claude Killy, this heist film features an awful lot of skiing sequences and snowy mountains. What it doesn't feature is well developed characters, good acting, or an interesting story, which his essentially that a bunch of ski bums decide to pull a major heist of a quarter million dollars. I'll admit I did enjoy the ski lodge and discotheque scenes and it was kind of like the Beach Party films, which are also terrible, but I do enjoy fantasizing about inhabiting that world. Overall, this film is really only worth watching to the skiing scenes, which you're probably better off watching your average Warren Miller film instead. But I did briefly wonder if this film was a prototype for "Point Break" with skiing and snow mobilizing kind of being extreme sports for thrill seekers who are seeking a new thrill with conducting a heist.